Director: Felix Fuchssteiner and Katharina Schöde
Year Released: 2022
As a child, Finn witnessed his sister acting strangely and then kicked her off a bridge; as a young adult (Max Schimmelpfennig) in private school he endures hallucinations and starts to think his parents are in a cult (which, naturally, they deny). Even for a rather cheap "horror" movie this thing has all sorts of problems with it, most of which I won't bother going into: the directors don't even bother with properly introducing relevant information about any of the characters (probably to hide what Finn's family does for a living), and when it tries to be "progressive" by making Finn's "bestie" Lena (Lea van Acken) a lesbian, her sole identifying component is her attraction to women. Oh, and when the demons are out and about: perfect time for a three-way, right?